Regina is a published author of children's books promoting character education. Topics include courage, compassion, honesty, sharing, friendship, cooperation, respect, perseverance, self-discipline, and responsibility.
Regina's Character Education Resource Guide gives parents and teachers strategies for teaching children character in tandem with the children's books.
Regina is available to teach parent and teacher workshops to meet your children's needs. Contact her at email@example.com.
"If we had a star system, this one would get a four!" --Patricia Broderick, Editorial Director, Teaching Pre-K-8 Magazine
"Straightforward lyrics with simple melodies make this collection an easy-to-use resource for both and classroom teachers." --InfoTech Review, Southern Regional Educational Board
Would It Be Right?: Learning about Good Judgement.
Build Strong Character and Reading Skills
Would It Be Right? is a book to help children learn about good judgment. It asks fundamental questions that children and adults should ask of themselves when faced with a task or decision. Colorful illustrations lead to discussions about these questions as the child watches ants in the story try to achieve a goal. Safety, solving problems, and fairness are all concerns that must come into play when there is a task to accomplish. Getting the facts and thinking through choices are topics that need to be discussed with children to help them learn to work through problems using good judgment. This book has simple language, but it is designed as a discussion starter for adults and children to explore. There is a related activity at the back of the book that can be used with dolls for a single child or with a group of children. Paired with the Character Education CD, this can be a read-along / sing-along book with instrumental music that will help guide children to make good decisions reflecting good judgment.